Hybrid, Hybrid, Hybrid. So you want a hybrid, here's your choices (only true hybrids shown)... Import / Non-American Cars $22,000 48/45 MPG $34,200 27/25 MPG $26,150 33/34 MPG $23,500 40/45 MPG $43,480 26/24 MPG American Cars... $29,300 34/31 MPG $29,750 34/31 MPG $60,000+? 20/21 MPG $50,490 20/20 MPG $45,350 19/20 MPG (GMC Sierra Pricing and MPG Not Released) $51,000 20/22 MPG Does anybody else find this in the least bit disturbing? Why can't American car manufacturers realize that people don't want gaudy inefficient monstrosities? Now given the import cars have their own unique problems, the prius is incredibly ugly, and there's two small SUVs on the list. The American cars are all SUVs, I'm looking at full Hybrids only, not milds. The Escape looks rather appealing, that's pretty damn good fuel efficiency, at a low price. But it's still an SUV. It's almost as if the car companies are completely unreceptive to the fact that gas guzzlers are out of style, it doesn't matter if it's for reasons of cost or ethics. If they give us an efficient eco-friendly car it has to look like it was pulled out of some "in the year 2000" comic book, yes I'm looking at you Prius, and doubly so for the Chevy Volt (not a hybrid, worth mentioning). Or, they give us an SUV with horrendous fuel efficiency. Why can't our American Companies do something simple like... 1) Take a small SEDAN 2) Make it a Hybrid 3) Don't Make It Ugly Sell it for the premium of having all the Hybrid components.